Bulk postage charges

Print books cost varying amounts to post to you.If you are ordering in bulk (more that 2 books), we will ask you to pay a postage surcharge. We will negotiate this with you by email.Please would you pay for your additional postage by selecting the agreed price.Thank youby  Rodney Ford   … [Read more...]

Gluten-Related Disorder book

Book: Gluten Related Disorder

Dr Rodney Ford believes that we are all at risk from eating gluten: any person, any symptom, any time! In his Gluten-Related Disorder book, he presents stories of 50 families severely affected by gluten. He asks: “Is eating gluten really worth the risk?Price of US$20 plus postage            I will not remain silent! With … [Read more...]

Dr Rodney Ford’s biography

Dr Rodney Ford's biography MB BS. MD. FRACP.  Associate Professor of PediatricsDr Rodney Ford's biography will help you understand why he has written a new book.Dr Rodney Ford is a specialist medical doctor, a pediatrician with certification in allergy and gastroenterology. (http://www.DrRodneyFord.com).  His philosophy is “diet: not drugs”.  He has seen too many people given medications for symptoms without considering the possibility … [Read more...]

Gluten-related disorder outline

Gluten Related Disorder book

Dr Rodney Ford is launching his new book in October 2014 with a series of presentations in the USA            Gluten-related disorder: sick? tired? grumpy? ebook available at http://www.glutenrelateddisorder.comOutline of keynote presentation by Dr Rodney FordWith over 35 years of experience as a pediatrician looking … [Read more...]

Presentation by Dr Rodney Ford Gluten-related disorder

Presentation by Dr Rodney Ford Gluten-related disorder, is an opportunity for launching his new book.Dr Rodney Ford is giving 6 presentations this year. 2014 He will be launching his newest book. "Gluten related disorder. Sick? Tired? Grumpy?" Is gluten worth the risk?            1) Marin GIG Group. "Gluten related disorder. … [Read more...]

Grain-free: is it a step too far?

Increasing numbers of people are adopting a grain-free lifestyle.   The Paleolithic diet (Paleo/ caveman/ stone age) is promoted by many as the diet that has given them the most health benefit. The idea is to replicate the diet eaten by our ancestors, before the dawn of the agriculture era, over 10,000 years ago.  The claim is that after millions of years of evolution on this diet, our bodies are still best adapted to these foods. Consequently, … [Read more...]

Endoscopy costs huge

Endoscopy costs too much to be sustained as the diagnostic test for celiac Endoscopy is an expensive medical procedure done to diagnose [or more usually confirm] the presence of the intestinal damage of celiac disease - and celiac disease is in turn defined by endoscopy (the diagnostic procedure). This is inter-dependence on each other is what's known as a tautology. In other words, you cannot officially have celiac disease without endoscopic … [Read more...]

Gastric reflux and bad behaviour

Did you know that gastro-esophageal reflux disease can present as a behaviour disturbance? Misconstrued as naughty. To explain, I'd like to tell you about a boy called Andrew. He first came to see me in my clinic when he was just 3 months old: he was screaming, distressed, regurgitating, vomiting, and waking hourly during the night, crying. He had classic gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GORD, or GERD) which was successfully treated with acid … [Read more...]

Gluten Summit deal – amazing value

As you probably know, I’ve been listening to The Gluten Summit this week just like so many of you. Are you as amazed as I am?!  Over 100,000 people registered! 29 researchers, clinicians, nutritionists and other opinion leaders all gave their time to this unique event—and shared some of the most incredible things I have EVER heard.  How does the world not know this stuff yet?Dr. Alessio Fasano said, “The gut is not like Las Vegas, what … [Read more...]

Serious flaw in Joint BSPGHAN and Coeliac UK Guidelines

It is my opinion that gastroenterology groups who developed diagnostic guidelines for celiac disease have forgotten that they are dealing with very real people who have significant illness.   They seem to have forgotten about the suffering of the children, the anguish of their parents, and the potential serious health implications of late diagnosis.  This is a serious flaw.  I believe that attention should be focussed on early diagnosis, not … [Read more...]